The love of a parent knows no bounds. The average Florida mother or father would go to the ends of the earth to preserve the right to spend time with, care for and live with his or her children. This is why child custody disputes can be so heart-wrenching and stressful -- no one wants to face the possibility of losing contact with his or her child.
There are basic elements of every parenting plan that you must include. These include arrangements related to visitation schedules, custody sharing, cost sharing and how to organize travel and for vacations and holidays. In addition to the "basics," however, there are some other important points that parents may want to include depending on their situations.
If you're getting a divorce, you may have wondered how the changes in your financial affairs will affect your taxes. We can't give you specific legal advice, and we can't cover everything in a blog post, but there are several basic ways your divorce affects taxes.
We may not have paid much attention when Target and Wal-Mart quickly shifted their offerings from summer fun items such as swim suits, barbeque grills and fireworks on July 5th to book bags, backpacks and school supplies. But now that we are in the middle of August, a new school year is just around the corner, which means divorced parents with children may embark on an annual dispute: who is going to pay for school clothes and supplies?
There are decisions that you have to make when you are going through a divorce. While you might not like the thought of having to work with your ex to come up with the terms of the divorce, this is one of the only ways that you can get the divorce over with as quickly as possible.
Have you come to the conclusion with your spouse that divorce is the best move to make? If so, you don't want to wait around any longer. Instead, you should learn more about the divorce process, including the steps you need to take.